Nowadays, security in e-Invoicing is indispensable. Since 1.1.2017, all new suppliers must send electronic invoices to the government. Private B2B companies are also increasingly requesting e-invoices via the PEPPOL network. Here, security comes first!
The PEPPOL Network works like a communication network where information is exchanged. Through the PEPPOL Network, companies can send each other secure messages, the so-called UBL invoices.
Thanks to the PEPPOL ID, companies and authorities can be automatically identified. The PEPPOL ID is a single number, which is handled like a telephone number:
- Chamber of Commerce no.
- VAT no.
In order for electronic invoices to be sent over the PEPPOL network, they must be connected to a PEPPOL access point.
An access point is a certified PEPPOL partner who is authorized to connect you to the PEPPOL network.
Once you are connected to the network, you can reach all PEPPOL users, no matter which access point they are connected to. Currently there are over 200 access points.
INPOSIA is also a certified PEPPOL Access Point.
If you want to be connected to the network, please contact us. You will then receive a PEPPOL-ID, which enables you to send electronic invoices.